Mirrors have a most amazing effect on space. While a vast majority of the time mirrors are spent making spaces look bigger– this entrance to the new Tokyu Plaza Omotesando Harajuku (or Omohara) is chock-full of fragmented mirror pieces that would be enough to get you lost if you weren’t riding on the escalator.
Fotograf Tokyu Plaza, Omotesando, Harajuku, Tokyo von Eugene Nikiforov auf 500px
Applying triangular and oblique line sets, creating mock crystalline forms using fabric, mirror, glass, marble, Corian stone, paint, plastic laminate, outdoor timber decking, and stainless steel, the interior appears like a dynamic topographic chart. Working steadily with fine lines, horizontal, vertical, oblique, thick, thin, overlapping, crisscrossing patterns lend an energetic feel of the rocky mountains enveloped as they are in grey surroundings.